This from TechCrunch.com confirms what I’ve been hearing from others: “Now, Facebook makes no apologies for working to create a safe and clean environment on its corner of the web by shutting down abusive or harassing behavior, content such as pornography, or generally spamming of the system. This particular method policing “inappropriate” comments may be [...]
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John Perry Barlow, the legendary internet rights advocate and Future 500 Senior Fellow, speaks with The Economic Times about Internet freedom in India. “It is the usual problem where you have a bunch of people who don’t know the environment trying to protect you from things that might go wrong in it. And trying to [...]
The movement became known as the “Revolution Through Social Networks,” and quickly amassed more than 215,000 followers online. Click here for the story.